Ban migrants to enter the United States cancelled the decision of the Federal court.
The new York court partially suspended the decree of the President of the United States Donald trump, reports The Washington Post. The decree has been prohibited entry into the United States for 90 days to refugees, migrants and travellers from seven Muslim countries.
Such a decision, a Federal judge in Brooklyn took after contacting the American civil liberties Union, which was done amid the outbreak of protests in several major U.S. airports where, in accordance with the decree trump the police and migration service started to detain immigrants. It is noted that a few minutes after the decision of the court of Brooklyn, a similar decision was rendered in the court of the city of Alexandria, Virginia. The district judge decided to suspend the decree of the trump seven days for those visitors who have a us green card.
In its decision, the Federal court was allowed to remain in the U.S. those who have already arrived in the country and who have a U.S. valid visa. Reuters said that temporary permission to remain in the United States will affect the 100-200 people who were detained in the country’s airports.
The Department of homeland security reported that closely followed the consideration of the appeal by the American civil liberties Union in court in Brooklyn. According to the Agency, adjudication will affect 375 people, 109 of them were arrested in the United States, 173 people were not allowed in the plane at the airport of departure.
By order of the trump, in the United States banned entry to citizens of Iran, Iraq, Libya, Syria, Somalia, Sudan and Yemen. The document was signed on Friday, January 27. After he was signed, the U.S. began to detain citizens of those countries arrived in the States.
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